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Totally Devoted Ginger Pregnancy Cookies with Chia Seeds

$15.00

These nourishing and tasty cookies are made with a unique selection of herbs and real natural ingredients. The star ingredient ginger is a must have to help ease nausea, heartburn and more while chia seeds are one of nature’s only complete proteins. These cookies are infused with natural wholesome ingredients for mums to be and are wheat, dairy, egg, preservative and refined sugar free.

 

Ingredients: Organic buckwheat flour, coconut oil, brown rice syrup, organic coconut sugar, rolled oats, linseed, filtered water, cinnamon, baking soda, raising agent (500) himalayan salt, ginger extract, (0.4%) natural rosemary extract.

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